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breaking news overnight protests turning violent in charlotte, north carolina after an officer involved shooting. had led up to the the shooting and the way police responded. a fight, breaks out, in school, involving a student, and a teacher. and it is all caught on camera. only one of the people is in trouble, so far, we will tell you who. >> unaudible. >> a community meeting gets heated over fate of a church, planned developers have for the building and reason neighbors are not on board. good morning, it is wednesday, september 21st i'm jim donovan. i'm brook thomas. all that plus surprising update to the hit/run we told but yesterday but first, a check of the forecast with justin in for katie, and your
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commute with meisha. >> construction? >> yes, how did you know i was going to say that. >> yes, we have construction, vine close, we will get to all that. roadways are nice and dry. >> construction on i-95 northbound in delaware county, it is slowed down. >> i know. >> it was rough this morning. weather-wise we will keep it the dry. still warm on the final day of summer, temperatures still running well above average. we will reach 80's once again. we should see more sunshine then what we had yesterday but still hanging around that 70-degree mark. similar conditions to yesterday morning, and, right now, calm wind across the region. heads up we could have fog that develops over the next couple of hours. temperatures went out not much change, we are in the lower 60's to around 70 for philadelphia and point south and east. we will zoom into suburbs, quakertown cooler at 59 degrees. sixty-one up in pottstown. we will go to breaks in the clouds, and mid to high level cloud, filtering out moon a little bit but we will see
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sunshine. we have that lingering rain off shore and it should stay off shore, so everybody is dry. have some developing fog interior central new jersey. heads up burlington county right now and i suspect more to develop as we head over next hour or two with the calm wind right now. eighty-six on your way up from philadelphia, upper 70es at the shore. the mostly cloudy skies, a bit of sunshine, poconos, another thighs day we coming mostly sunny, temperatures in the upper 70's and if you like fall conditions, we have that coming up in the forecast, but it is still going to stay warm, we will talk with that in a few more minutes. >> another nice day, thanks, justin. looking outside right now as we are just talking about there is construction. this is an area we say yesterday that did slow you down quite early in the morning. construction i-95 north between ridley park and 422, it looks like two lanes are block, within lane block and it looks like traffic right now going through that area is looking okay. we might see brake lights but overall still too early.
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like i said vine street expressway closed west and eastbound between schuylkill and broad. this is what we are looking at. we will see crews trying to get that cleared out. i'll let you know when. just make note that it is still cleared. we have an accident in plymouth meeting sandy hill road at plymouth road it will not slow you down much right now but it will late fur it doesn't get cleared out of the way. construction 42 southbound off ramp to 295 closed until 5:00. same air were 295, both directions between 42 and two left lanes are popped. this is until about 8:00 a.m. majority of the morning commute. jim and brooke, back over to you. >> we will start breaking news in north carolina protests turning violent overnight after a fatal police involve shooting. >> protests continue late in the night and into the morning. correspondent hena daniels is in new york and tell us that police in riot gear met demonstrators. good morning. >> good morning, city officialness charlotte are
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calling for calm after the fatal police shooting after a black man spark violent protests overnight. rel testifies of the keith scott said he was shot reading a book inside his koran tuesday but police maintained that he had a gun. demonstrators need down with their hand up along this charlotte roadway overnight steps from officers in riot gear. that moment of peace, was brief. police fired tear gas disperse the crowd while some protesters kicked those can stars back. others took turning hurling water bottles roxanne damaging squad cars. twelve officers were injured during last night's protest, one was hit in the face with the rock. we are told seven officers have pneumonia taken to the hospital this morning. authorities say that they are interviewing witnesses as part of their investigation. >> protest came after hours after that fatal officer involve shooting. what led up to the shooting, do we know. >> reporter: chaos erupted hours after keith scott was shot and killed by police at
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an apartment complex yesterday afternoon. officers were there looking for a suspect with an outstanding warrant when they encountered the four three-year old getting out of his car. he was not the man they were looking for. officer involved has been identified as brently vincent, an african-american on the force, since 2014, authorities say that he has been placed on administrative leave. back to you. thanks, hena, we appreciate the report. in other news a 16 year-old student is facing charge these morning after trading punches with his teacher. the whole thing was captured on cell phone video inside lincoln high school in northeast philadelphia authorities say that the 16 year-old who is throwing the first punch but video shows both student and teacher taking part. police charged the teen with aggravated assault. teacher has this is been charged. school superintendent doctor william hite told cbs-3 that the incident is under investigation. a philadelphia police officer is off the job after investigators say he tried to
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mail trucks. officers william brandish junior is accused of trying to send a package with marijuana inside. he used someone else account at a local company to do that. the package was returned as undeliverable and another company at the another employee at the company received it. brandish is a 14 year veteran of the department and has been suspended for 30 days with the intent to difficulties his. two philadelphia police officers are suing lesean mccoy and owners of the the club, because they say that they were hurt in the bar fight with the former eagle there. according to the civil suit lesean mccoy and his two friend punched and kick officers roland butler and darnell jesse. this is video video inside recess lounge in olde city. authorities say that the fight, started over a bottle of champagne and ended with the officers in the hospital. >> our investigation confirmed that our clients were attacked, beaten, and sustained serious permanent
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bodily injury as a result of the assault and our investigation has confirmed that the individuals who attacked our clients are lesean mccoy and the additional defendants. >> neither lawyer for lesean mccoy or recess lounge commented the lawsuit. we have an update to what police called a hit and run yesterday morning. police say person who was hit was actually a robbery suspect. it happened, at bustleton and bleigh avenues in rhawnhurst and they say an officer tells us that the driver told them that the man walk up, and robbed him at gunpoint while at the bank atm. the driver later hit the robber with his car. investigators say bank surveillance cameras confirmed story and driver is not facing charges. >> interesting turn off events. relieve the at the pump could be on the way for drivers in our area after a pipeline leak caused a price spike. crews have been trying to fix damaged colonial pipeline which supplies gas from texas, to the east coast, and a bypassed pipeline is almost
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finished and gas is expected to start flowing at a normal rate today. triple a says leak has caused gas price toes rise in south jersey, for example gas prices are seven cents higher then a month ago. right now gallon of regular is averaging 2.34 in pennsylvania, 1.19 in new jersey and 2.19 in delaware. emotions running high as fishtown neighbors argue about the fate of the shuttered church. >> unaudible. >> nearly 300 people filled the basement of the holy name church to discuss future of saint laurentius church. developer want to preserve it and convert tonight to 23, one bedroom apartments. but people argued the plan would put a strain on parking and the sewer system. the supporters say apartments are the only viable option to save the 135 year-old church. >> i just don't see how it could be better to have apartment there we need
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somewhere to worship and keep the community together. >> we're hoping that people here realize this is a way to save this church, saving the architecture. >> my goal, it is really just to save the church, save the building, preserve it for the community. >> the community voted 165 to 107 against rezoning the property for apartments. the city zoning board will have the final ruling. coming up we are just a few days from the the first presidential debate. >> this morning, donald trump is fending off a new controversy. we will tell you what a washington post report says he did that could be illegal, and we will let you know how his campaign is responding. plus investigators make troubling findings, what they say they discovered in the journal of the man now charged in the series of bombings, in new jersey. and new york. st
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new jersey is facing new federal terrorism charges. fbi agents also recovered and released portions of ahmad kahn rahami's journal. they say that he wrote quote that the sounds of the bombs will be heard in the streets. death to your oppression. rahami is charged were four count including use of a weapon of mass destruction. the suspect's father says he warn the fbi about his son in 2014. >> i told the tbi years ago. >> and what did you tell him. >> unaudible. >> rahami's wife is said to be overseas and said to be cooperating with authorities. rahami is being held on more than five million-dollar bail. this morning, there is a new controversy surrounding donald trump over the trump foundation. the washington post reports that donald j trump foundation used more than $250,000 to
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settle lawsuits against its business interests. it is known as self dealing, and could be illegal. his campaign manager is town playing those concerns, saying she's not worried about the report. trump will be campaigning, in chester, delaware county tomorrow. on the democratic site, clinton is taking a break from campaigning to get ready for her debate against trump next monday. that is unnerving to some of her donors as polls show support for her and trump is tightening. her campaign manager says in a new memo clinton is likely to have an easier time getting the 270 electoral votes she needs to win then donald trump. time right now is 4:43, justin, fall is coming, but thankfully, summer is not ready to let me go. >> bye-bye. >> i'm depressed. this is a sad day but you are right, we have a few more days here with temperatures, in the 80's and overall, still the next week or so we will be
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dealing with warmer days but there are some signs of true, fall weather, finally making a return to the forecast and people have been waiting for it. today different story. still warm, muggy south of the city, we have temperatures in the 70's, millville, atlantic city, 72, dover, same deal. north and west we are cooler, dryer up here, as dew point temperatures are dropping, so dry air pushing from the north so humidity will get better and drop throughout the day but still muggy in philadelphia dew point temperatures running high yesterday morning. sixty-eight. it does feel steamy. you should tropical in the 60's and 50's over next few days. still stubborn low pressure system over carolinas, rain having a hard time moving north. everybody stays dry even south jersey but lingering cloud cover, central, southern delaware, extreme southern new jersey, we should see increasing sunshine from philadelphia north and west as high pressure moves back in. that will protect us from big storms from developing. we are moving back in the try pattern. there that is remnant low pressure system just spinning
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off the coast of the carolina for next couple days and will take a while. it will be a cold front that moves it out to the weekend. we're staying try, in the upcoming weekend. today it is warm, temperatures surging well in the mid 80's even up in the lehigh valley, still cooler south jersey because of the clouds. then tonight noticeably cooler we are seeing widespread 50's returning to the forecast for lows. tomorrow another warm day back in the mid 80's. the increasing sunshine, net isably less humid this afternoon at 86 for the high tonight, 65 for city, cooler in the suburbs. is there that warm stretch through friday we are changing up saturday, highs on sunday, chilling, only 70. that is below average. then lower in the 40's in the suburbs early next week. >> wow, 40's. >> yes. impressive, and depressing for so many people. >> happy wednesday to you. so we're talking about this construction yesterday morning. it got really busy. we were seeing significant slow downs yesterday. ninety-five north between ridley park and 420.
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two lanes block. it looks like only one possibly but overall look at the traffic levels, what a difference today then it was yesterday. we are looking at good conditions there as we do have to construction. we like to see this between schuylkill and broad westbound side, and it is looking like you are opening right now. we have this accident in plymouth meeting plymouth road closed near sandy hill road. we have a down traffic signal as well. also this construction project, i-95 south off ramp to aramingo avenue closed starting at 8:00 p.m. tonight and through next nine months until june of 2017. you have to take a detour, tea tore, bridge street exit alternate, southbound to allegheny avenue that is your best bet, brooke and jim back over to you. big restaurant is having a benefit for charity today. >> way chiles is doing its part to fight childhood cancer and three ways you can take part, stay with
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happening today, chiles is hosting it first ever saint jude day. the restaurant chain is raising money to fight childhood cancer. the customers can add a donation to their check, decorate the a pepper or buy merchandise to support saint jude. we're told chiles is donating $350,000 and hoping to raise another 150,000 from customers today. the fundraiser will run from open to close at chiles restaurants, nationwide. we need to go get some baby back ribs. >> i would do that. >> okay. >> decorate a pepper. >> okay. >> we will have a contest. >> to our part good 4:49. time for a check of business news. >> money watch's jill wagner joins us live from the new york stock exchange. jill, good morning. big news for everyone who has one of those recalled samsung phones. >> reporter: yeah, that is right samsung will have 500,000 relays. galaxy note seven phones in stores today, so that is enough to replace about half of the devices recalled for battery issues, the company
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will have relaysments for rest of the phones by the end of the month, so far about 25 percent of note seven owners in the united states have exchanged their tea vices, brooke and jim. >> we understand is there a new way to get ice describe on the go. >> reporter: that is right, talking food in the morning our favorite topic bass kins robbins is testing delivery with the help of the delivery company door dash. ceo says this is really future for in the only bass kins robbins but its sister brand dunkin' donuts and he says it is all about convenience. delivery option only available in l.a. and chicago, hopefully it will come to our area, at least by next summer, is that right. >> i don't know about that one. >> i like to look through case and see the selection and kind of being in the moment. >> reporter: isn't that the best part. >> yes, it is. >> no, no, getting random food at anytime at your doorstep is
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the best part, jill. >> debate continues, jill what can i tell you. >> i wanted something ridiculous the other day, but it is just so amazing. >> okay. i'll drop food off at your front door. >> well, coming up wearable tech is a popular item for people looking to lose weight as we are's talking about food. >> but howie effective are they. we will show you findings comparing the result of using them when the results of relying on diet try guidelines, justin. good morning everyone still feeling like summer for next few days but fall arrives tomorrow, delayed a couple days but we are talking about below average temperatures in below average temperatures in the introducing longhorn's great american steak dinner for $12.99. perfectly seasoned sirloin with your choice of side. plus an appetizer or a dessert. only at longhorn steakhouse. you can't fake steak.
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looking live from the hotel bethlehem all quiet in northampton county. right now temperatures comfortable in the lower 60's.
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humidity dropping. it could turnout to be a nice day further north and west you are from the city we will get more sun just like yesterday but it will be a warm day. we have temperatures still feeling like summer going well above average in the 80's once again. we are dry, still left over clouds, mid to high level clouds from the city northward. clouds thicken up further south. don't expect to see a whole lot of sun heading to the new jersey shore or southern delaware today. fog, it could be an issue throughout the next few hours we are seeing fog across burlington county right now, other than that most reporting stations are reporting good visibility. temperatures still mild, lower 60's in the the lehigh valley to 70 around philadelphia and areas to the south and east. still muggy but that humidity starts to drop hour by hour. skies are mostly sunny, upper, 86 degrees for the high. then tonight a few clouds, hield 65 in the city. cooler in the suburbs. we will keep it warm through friday and then we will bring backupper 70's saturday and gets chilly, saturday, monday
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highs in the lower 70's that is below average and some suburbs down in the the 40's early next week. so those heavier coats will be needed, meisha. >> yes, it is really that time of the career. >> it is. >> thank you so much. good morning. happy wednesday. i will show you an accident in plymouth meeting, down traffic signal light here. headache note plymouth road is closed near sandy hill road. still dark, still very early. now we have some construction here, this is construction project that will take place for nine whose, 95 south off ramp to aramingo avenue is closing starting at 8:00 p.m. tonight through june 2017, alternate, bridge street to allegheny avenue. we will not get used to those because we will see that for nine months. the route 42 southbound off ramp to 295 is closed until 5:00 a.m. more construction in the same, area 295 between 42, two left lanes are block that will carry on until 8:00 a.m. jim, over to you.
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anger and frustration, tension, boils over in charlotte north carolina after police officers shoot and killed a black man sitting in his car. it is breaking news we have been following all night long as city leaders are calling for calm. more charges are filed against a man accused in the series of weekend bombings plus we have an update on the officers shot, during ahmad kahn rahami's arrest. all these subjects of course are drawing attention on the campaign trail as candidates get close tore squaring off monday night, we will have results of the new poll in a key battle ground state. good morning, it is wednesday, september 21st, i'm jim donovan. i'm brooke thomas. the justin and meisha are keeping an eye on things today. >> yes, it is our hump day.
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we are getting over that hump together aren't we as a team? roadways are looking good. we have an accident out there, we have a the lieutenant of construction one big construction project starting we will tell but in a couple minutes. >> i know, i bummed brooke out big time with the final summer stuff, and maybe 40's next week. >> i'm not ready. >> i'm with you. i feel you. >> now had about the rest of america, i love the fall. >> it has to happen sometime. >> future. >> enjoy the next few days. it is still warm. sixty-nine at the airport. north wind at six. that north wind will push out humidity but it is a northerly breeze and we will see enough sun to get us in the 80's. we are lock in the summertime pattern on the final day of the summer season. sixty-nine in the airport. lower 60's in allentown, berks county, similar numbers in the suburbs, quakertown feels good,

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